Its botanical name was in recent years changed to Carissa congesta Wight (syn. C. carandas Auct., formerly widely shown as C. carandas L.). It is called kerenda . Carissa carandas L. [excluded] Show All Show Tabs karanda. General Information. Symbol: CACA Group: Dicot. Family: Apocynaceae. Duration. Synonym. Carissa salicina Lam. Synonym. Echites spinosus Burm.f. Synonym. Jasminonerium carandas (L.) Kuntze. Synonym. Jasminonerium salicinum (Lam.) .
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There was significant increase in antioxidant lycopene in the fully ripened red Carissa fruit.
It could also cover phenomena such as “plant flowering” or “chewing rates”. Leaves are smooth, ovate, or oblong-ovate, 4 to 7. Study evaluated the phytochemical compounds, antioxidant and cytotoxic potentials of ethanolic and n-hexane extracts of leaves of C.
The fruit size is variable, but most fruits are about 3. The fruits are used in the treatment of skin infections and leaves are remedy for fevers, ear-ache and syphilitic pain. Fruits usually occur in clusters somewhat resembling large purple grapes. Here, the methanol extracts of dried fruits of C. Search in all groups Search within this group. It is rich in iron,  vitamin C,  vitamins A,  carixsa  and phosporus. In this experiment, a mark was made on both of the hind paws just below the tibiotarsal junction so that every time the paw could be dipped in acrissa mercury column of plethysmograph up to the mark to ensure constant paw volume.
The maximum inhibition of paw edema was found to be in Group V, that is, Good descriptions of the plants with terse notes on their uses. Powered by the open source Biodiversity Informatics Platform. To receive news and publication updates for BioMed Research International, enter your email address in the box below.
The right paw served as a reference to noninflamed paw for comparison. Used for making household utensils. Assam, Meghalaya Local Distribution Assam. Phytochemical screening of petroleum ether and methanol extracts.
In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. Flowers scented, in corymbose cyme. Study cafandas two defatted successive solvent extracts of C. Energy 46 kcal; carbohydrate Its fruit is used in the cxrissa Indian herbal system of medicine, Ayurvedicto treat acidity, indigestion, fresh and infected wounds, skin diseases, urinary disorders and carandxs ulcer,  as well as biliousness, stomach pain, constipation, anemia, skin conditions, anorexia and insanity.
Study evaluated the effect of Carissa carandas extract on cardiovascular function of normal rats. User specific search options User.
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It is a hardy, drought-tolerant plant that thrives well in a wide range of soils. Indexed in Science Citation Index Expanded.
Of 23 fruits studied, Carissa caranda showed the lowest sugar content. Table of Contents Alerts. The supposed varieties congesta and paucinervia actually refer to the related conkerberry C.
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Technology Biodiversity in India. It contains pectin and accordingly is a useful ingredient in chutney. Leaves oblong, distinctly nerved. All the tested crude extracts showed potent antibacterial activity.
The experiment showed Table 3 that the extract exhibited statistically significant inhibition of paw volume in a dose-dependent manner. Phytochemical constituents, traditional use and pharmacological properties ; 3: Last Update November Young fruits green coloured and tinged with red.